Sorana Toma
Sorana Toma
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What drives onward mobility within Europe? The case of Senegalese migrations between France, Italy and Spain
S Toma, E Castagnone
Population 70 (1), 65-95, 2015
69*2015
Gender differences in the role of migrant networks: Comparing Congolese and Senegalese migration flows
S Toma, S Vause
International Migration Review 48 (4), 972-997, 2014
442014
International academic mobility across space and time: The case of Indian academics
M Czaika, S Toma
Population, Space and Place 23 (8), e2069, 2017
252017
L˘influence mitigée des migrations masculines sur les activités économiques des femmes «qui restent»: étude de cas dans la vallée du fleuve Sénégal
S Toma
Cahiers québécois de démographie 43 (2), 345-374, 2014
24*2014
The role of migrant networks in the labour market outcomes of Senegalese men: How destination contexts matter
S Toma
Ethnic and Racial Studies 39 (4), 593-613, 2016
232016
Gender differences in the role of migrant networks in Congolese and Senegalese international migration
S Toma, S Vause
African Migrations Workshop: The Contribution of African Research to …, 2010
212010
On their own? A study of independent versus partner-related migration from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Senegal
S Toma, S Vause
Journal of Intercultural Studies 34 (5), 533-552, 2013
182013
The role of kin and friends in male and female international mobility from Senegal and DR Congo
S Toma, S Vause
MAFE Working Papier Series, WP 13, 2011
152011
Is the feminization of international migration really on the rise? The case of flows from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Senegal
S Vause, S Toma
Population 70 (1), 39-63, 2015
122015
The role of migration policies in the attraction and retention of international talent: The case of Indian researchers
S Toma, M Villares-Varela
Sociology 53 (1), 52-68, 2019
112019
Can public housing decrease segregation? Lessons and challenges from non-European immigration in France: Can public housing decrease segregation?
G Verdugo, S Toma
Demography 55 (5), 1803-1828, 2018
102018
Path-dependency in international academic careers
M Czaika, S Toma
International Migration Institute, 2015
102015
Putting social capital in (a family) perspective: Determinants of labour market outcomes among Senegalese women in Europe
S Toma
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 57 (3), 127-150, 2016
82016
Ties that bind?: networks and gender in international migration: the case of Senegal
S Toma
University of Oxford, 2012
82012
Emigration and development in Senegal
S Toma, L Kabbanji
Emigration and diaspora policies in the age of mobility, 157-172, 2017
52017
The role of migration and higher education policies in international academic mobility: The case of Indian researchers
S Toma, M Villares-Varela
International Migration Institute, 2015
52015
International migrations of Congolese and Senegalese women: New forms of autonomous mobility or persistence of family migration patterns
S Vause, S Toma
Comparative and multi-sited approaches to international migration. Paris: INED, 2012
52012
Migrant networks and gender in Congolese and Senegalese international migration
S Toma, S Vause
Paris, Ined, MAFE Working Paper Series, 2011
52011
Internationalization and diversification of academic careers
S Toma, M Villares-Varela, M Czaika
High-Skilled Migration: Drivers and Policies, 146, 2018
42018
Ties that bind? Networks and gender in international migration
S Toma
Oxford University, UK, 2012
42012
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